FL Technics Training Joins European Aviation Maintenance Training Committee

FL Technics, a global provider of aviation technical training services, is delighted to announce its acceptance to become a member of the European Aviation Maintenance Training Committee (EAMTC). By joining the EAMTC the company has expressed its commitment towards supporting the organization on its mission to promote European aviation safety standards through training both regionally and globally.

EAMTC is a Netherlands-based non-profit association which comprises various aviation maintenance training organizations from Europe and other regions across the world. It is the only organization of the kind in the Old Continent, and the only non-US association of aviation maintenance training organizations in the world. Being a member of EAMTC, FL Technics Training will use the opportunity to contribute and share its technical training experience while taking part in various workshops, round tables and other expert discussions hosted by the organization.

“Ensuring the daily safety of flights requires the devotion of all individuals involved in aviation, whether it is a technician, an engineer or a manager. That is why we clearly understand the importance and the impact the training segment has on the entire industry. Becoming a member of the Committee is an important step for us as it allows us to be even more involved in the ongoing development of European aviation and, along with our colleagues, to support the spread of European safety standards both inside and outside the region,” comments Kestutis Volungevicius, Head of FL Technics Training.  

“We are delighted to see FL Technics Training amongst the members of EAMTC. We are certain that their experience and expertise will bring a valuable contribution to the mission and goals of our organization. By uniting the key players of the European aviation training segment, we aim to establish a stronger cooperation within the industry thus ensuring more effective development of new safety standards and practices as well as their implementation in every aspect of the aviation business, starting from training,” shared Ian Williams, the President of EAMTC.

About FL Technics Training:

FL Technics Training is a provider of technical training for the aviation industry. The company offers comprehensive training services including basic training and examination, aircraft type training and specialized training for aircraft maintenance technicians as well as administrative and management personnel. FL Technics Training is part of an integrated aircraft maintenance and repair organization (MRO) FL Technics.

Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, FL Technics Training is certified as a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-147 training organization providing courses for basic, aircraft type training and customized training programs designed according to individual client requirements. The company serves a wide range of customers from Europe and the CIS (Spain, Poland, Romania, Ukraine, Moldova, the Russian Federation, etc.), Asia-Pacific (South Korea, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, etc.), Latin America (Cuba, Panama, El Salvador) and other regions.

Drawn up in accordance with the requirements of the EASA, FL Technics Training programmes cover four areas: basic training, aircraft type training, specialized aviation training and consulting services.  FL Technics Training offers training for diverse aircraft types: Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321, Airbus A380/340/330, ATR 42 - 200/300, ATR 72 - 100/200, Boeing 737 - 300/400/500, Boeing 737 - 600/700/800/900, Boeing 757 - 200, Boeing 767 - 200/300, Boeing 747/777/767,  Saab – 340, Saab – 2000, Bombardier CL-600-2B19.  

FL Technics Training offers specialized training programs of general interest for technical as well as administrative personnel from Engineering and Planning, Quality system, EASA Regulation Part-145 and Part-M to Fuel Tank Safety courses. Training programs can be adapted to meet the specific needs and requirements of clients.

More than 3000 students for over 45.000 hours per year are trained at the company's theoretical courses in Moscow, Tyumen, Alma Ata, Vilnius and London. Training on the job is executed in Vilnius, Kiev and London.